Interview Information

 

Welcome!

 

Thank you for your interest in our emergency medicine, emergency medicine/internal medicine, and/or emergency medicine/pediatrics residency program(s). We look forward to reviewing your application and hope the following information will help guide you through our interview process. Please contact our residency office if you have questions that are not answered on this page.

 

Check back for updates on the 2022-2023 Residency Application and Match cycle!

 

Application Requirements

All applications must be received through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). The following minimum requirements must be met before your application will be reviewed:

 

International Medical School Graduates

We welcome applications from graduates of medical schools outside the United States. In addition to meeting the application requirements listed above, you must also fulfill the following criteria before your application will be reviewed:

 

Application Review Process

Applications are reviewed on a holistic basis by our selection committee.  During the process of reviewing ERAS applications, we blind sex, self-identification, and photos to limit unconscious bias. We simply look for applicants who fit with the mission and values of UMEM.
 

Interview Process for Combined EM/Peds Program Applicants

The interview schedule for applicants to our EMPeds program encompasses 2 back-to-back days. You will interview with emergency medicine one of our Wednesday dates, and with the Peds program on that Tuesday or Thursday. You must interview with both programs to complete the process.  
 

Interview Process for Combined EM/IM Program Applicants

Combined Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine applicants will interview on a single day with the EM/IM program faculty.

Individuals interested in the Combined Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine/Critical Care Residency program should apply to the Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine Residency Program. A commitment to the Critical Care portion of your training does not need to be made until the end of your 3rd year of residency.

If you have been granted an interview for one of the combined programs, you will be automatically considered for our categorical program. You do not need to schedule an additional interview

 

 

Applicant Social Events

Check back for info on virtual social events with the residents!

 

 

Please enjoy this video for a quick tour of our Emergency Department


 

Here is a video, produced by our School of Medicine, that highlights other parts of the hospital, and all many of the wonderful neighborhoods that our faculty and residents live in.